In 19th century Madrid, after a faithful run-in with the law, a notorious young hoodlum grows up to be a top police detective, who must deal with his shady past, mafia and his police mentor on daily basis.
Tomás del Estal,
Alex is a 20 year old girl that keeps financially all her family through illegal arms trafficking, always with the risk of dying or killing. She's the only girl on a men's group, torn between his need to love and a life based on violence.
After almost getting killed in a terrorist attack during an international mission, Pablo, a Spanish military doctor returns home to heal his wounds with his family. Soon Pablo starts ... See full summary »
Antonio de la Torre,
I would have given this 2-part TV movie just one star but for the really good performances by two of the leads, Tamar Novas who plays Julián and Patricia Vico who plays the police interrogator. The rest, oh boy, where to begin. First of many flaws, "La ira" runs almost 2h20m yet could have easily been edited down to 90 minutes or even less. A lot of scenes run way too long, bogged down in repetition, and some are altogether unnecessary. "La ira" starts with a young woman who is captured and interrogated by the police for her role in a horrible crime. The next 2+ hours delve into why and how it happened. I stuck with it despite the plodding pace because I was curious. When all was revealed, I couldn't care less. Don't waste your time on this.
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